What’s a cookie?
In the real world, it’s a yummy biscuit. But in technology, a cookie is something completely different. When you go online, you use a program called a “browser” (like Google’s Chrome, Apple’s Safari or Microsoft’s Edge). Most websites and emails store a string of information or text in the browser - and that is called a “cookie.” So cookies are small pieces of information stored on your computer that are linked to your browser. Your browser provides the cookie to the website each time you re-visit it.
Log in Cookies let you log in and out of Frankie.
Security Cookies are just one way we protect you from security risks. For example, we use them to detect when someone might be trying to hack your Frankie account or spam the Frankie community.
There are a few ways you can choose how cookies are used on Frankie:
Your browser probably gives you cookie choices. For example, most browsers let you block “third party cookies,” which are cookies from sites other than the one you’re visiting. Those options vary from browser to browser, so check your browser settings for more info. If you choose not to accept cookies, you will not be able to use certain Frankie features (e.g., on of our Website).
Some browsers also have a privacy setting called “Do Not Track,” which we currently do not support.